[Gasification] Aquaculture was Pine char gasification

Pannirselvam P.V pannirbr at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 11:44:43 CST 2013

Greeting to  Tom and  Kevin

     The amozonian soil is more sandy one ,Thus terrapreta , sback oil
earth  can help  as  support for the  immbolizacao of micros to make the
slow releae organic fertlizer from fish  biomass waste as well as improve
 water holding capacity. of the poor qualty

       The  the biomass productivity  of the combined effect of both the
biochar as well as organic biomass wastes can be more than  the seperated
single one.

    The  reflorestacao  in northeast Brasilian dry area is made possible by
some farmer innovative work  to use chacoal combined with animalwaste

    The dry  c02 ,No2 speration of c02 forom  proucergas  using  biochar
calcium and urea  iand calcium oxide , later it use along with organic
manures  as lsow release fertlizer can  help to  improve economic potencial
of both e the energy and fertilizer co production

       Kind regards

Pannirselvam P.V


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On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 1:35 PM, Tom Miles <tmiles at trmiles.com> wrote:

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> Kevin,
> Water is pumped from the Amazon into a pond. Fish are raised in the pond.
> Fish waste from the pond is collected and spread on the fields. Some fish
> from the river do survive the large pump which is lifting water about 60 ft
> and delivering it 300 ft to the ponds. When asked the farmer said they do
> get the occasional piranha. That's not surprising. I had adventures with
> piranha when I lived in Northeastern Brazil.
> The fish waste is used to fertilize soils with a mixture of properties
> from terra preta to a very low pH ferritic clay all on the same small farm.
> The nutrient management carries on in and around the terra preta soils.
> Tom
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin C [mailto:kchisholm at ca.inter.net]
> Sent: Friday, December 27, 2013 3:36 AM
> To: Tom Miles
> Cc: 'Discussion of biomass pyrolysis and gasification'
> Subject: RE: Aquaculture was Pine char gasification
> Tom
> Quoting Tom Miles <tmiles at trmiles.com>:
> > KC>>One possible name they may have had for the "black goop" from
> > oxbow lakes and
> > aquaculture site,s that they may have spread on their croplands, may
> > have been "Fish Manure."
> >
> > A practice that we did see but the water was pumped into a pond from
> > the Amazon. The fish manure from the pond was spread on the land.
> > All used to replenish the TP land. Not claimed as a traditional
> > practice. The farmer had to deal with the occasional piranha pumped
> > from the river.
> # Merely "pumping water from the Amazon" is far different from collecting
> the waste from fish raised in a "contained" pond, and spreading it on the
> fields for the intended purpose of adding nutrients to the soil. It is
> important to know the "fish poo density"
> in the water. Obviously, 1 pound of fish poo per gallon would be expected
> to have a far more observable effect on plant growth than would a "fish poo
> density" of 1 pound per 1,000 gallons.
> # I would not expect the Farmer to have had much of a problem in his
> fields with Piranhas that went through an irrigation pump. They would be
> well macerated, and would actually be a benefit to his crops.
> Macerated Piranhas would provide nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorous to his
> crops.
> Kevin
> >
> > Tom
> >
> >
> >
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